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"Oh So Social" Conversation: Capt. John Billings and Gen. Norton Schwartz

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General Norton Schwartz talks with World War II B-24 Liberator aviator John Billings about his new memoir, "Special Duties Pilot."

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Please join The OSS Society for a very special event. General Norton Schwartz, USAF (Ret.) will interview WWII B-24 Liberator aviator Captain John Billings about his new book, "Special Duties Pilot." The book discusses the OSS mission - codenamed GREENUP - in which he flew the real "inglourious basterd," Fred Mayer, into Nazi-occupied Austria. This is the third installment in The OSS Society's 2021 "Oh So Social" Conversation Series.

Throughout 2021, The OSS Society will bring together leaders from the Intelligence Community and Special Operations Forces to discuss critical national security issues. Each event will include a unique OSS-themed libation presented by cocktail historian and noted author Philip Greene who has served as The OSS Society's bartender at The William J. Donovan Award® Dinner for many years. We are calling it an "Oh So Social" Conversation Series. (During World War II, so many OSS personnel were listed in the Social Register it was said the initials "O.S.S." really stood for "Oh So Social.")

Registration for each event is free of charge.

The OSS Society is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

For sponsorship information, contact ohsosocial@osssociety.org.


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